What are Design Catalogues

A design catalogue, often simply referred to as a 'catalogue', is a file containing all the key overhead line electrification components, such as masts, foundations, cantilevers, and SPS, belonging to a particular design range.

Lineardraft uses advanced, parametric, BIM 3D catalogues, all created by our expert team.

This means not only do Lineardraft catalogues contain all the OLE components you need to design using a specific design range, they also contain smart item linkages, so the design catalogue knows what components can be used together and what components can’t.

All our design catalogues are enriched with BIM asset data, so you can manage information throughout the whole life cycle of a built asset.

A design catalogue can either be listed as a public catalogue or for private use.

If you want to interrogate the contents of a design catalogue, you can do so using Catalogue Explorer.

More info: Learn more about how design catalogues are created here, and how they are updated here.

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